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DESIGN PARAMETERS

1 Mast height ( H ) = 22 m

11 Force coefficient (Cf) for shaft = 0.718 (From wind tunnel test)

(As per specs./requirement/IS 875)

14 Terrain category = 2

IS.875 -Part 3 -2015

15 Stastical probability factor (K1) = 0.94

IS.875 -Part 3 -2015

16 Terrain, height & structure size factor (K2) = 1.08 As per Table 2, IS.875

IS.875 -Part 3 -2015

17 Topography factor ( K3) = 1

IS.875 -Part 3 -2015

18 Importance Factor for Cyclonic Region (K4) = 1

IS.875 -Part 3 -2015

19 Design Wind Speed = 33.50 m /sec

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GENERAL NOTES

( Ultimate & Serviceability limit state)

& serviceability limit states ( df ) = 1

ultimate limit state ( wf )

serviceability limit state ( wf ) = 1

By The Institution of Lighting Engineers.

High Mast Lighting

conform

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ANALYSIS OF FORCES

No. H length dia D T inertia I Modulus weights

( m) ( m) (mm ) ( mm ) ( cm^4) Z (cm^3) kg

10 22 200 4.00 1183.53 118.35 50

1.85 214 4.00 39.11

9 20 229 4.00 1780.52 155.78 57.15

1.85 243 4.00 44.33

8 18.3 257 4.00 2550.57 198.35 64.30

3.30 283 4.00 92.02

7 15 308 4.00 4422.89 287.03 77.05

2.00 324 4.00 63.85

6 13 339 4.00 5912.64 348.73 84.77

3.00 362 4.00 107.21

5 10 385 5.00 10817.45 561.28 77.09

2.00 401 5.00 98.87

4 8 416 5.00 13673.61 656.81 83.27

3.00 440 5.00 162.60

3 5 463 5.00 18837.08 814.18 92.55

2.50 482 5.00 148.60

2 2.5 501 5.00 24020.69 958.21 100.27

2.50 521 5.00 160.51

1 0 540 5.00 30077.43 1113.98 108.00

height

o c = √(12.4 x EI) / ((Wmast / H) x H4)

=

√ 12.4 x 205 x 7704 x 10^7

(917 / 22) x 22^4 x 10^6

weight of mast - o c

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1 = √(3 x EI)/(Wlum x H3)

√ 550 x 22^3 x 10^6)^0.5

weight of luminaires - wol

Rayleigh quotient

1 1 1

= + = 0.173

(2o)2 (o c)2 (o1)2

√ 2o

o

no = = 0.382 Hz

2π

Calculate k1, k2, k3 & k4 factors as per IS 875 ( Part-III) - 2015

k1- Is the factor which depends on design life of structure & wind speed. Here, we

design for a life of 25 years and wind speed of 33m/sec. Hence, as per IS 875,

table 1, k1 = 0.94

k2- Is the factor which depends on Terrain category & Structure height. Here, we consider

terrain category to be 2.

Hence, using table 33 of IS 875, at a height of 10m, k2 = 0.73

Note: 10m is considered as per clause 2.6.4.3 of TR7

k3- Is the factor which depends on the Topography of the ground, here we generally

assume the upwind slope is less than or equal to 3 deg. Hence k3 defaults to 1

k4- Is the Importance Factor for Cyclonic Region, Here K4 defaults to 1

Thus, mean hourly wind speed (V10) = Vb x k1 x k2 x k3 x k4

no = 0.017

V10

(Assumed B line in figure 1, TR7)

(As per B line in figure 1 of TR7)

Clause 2.6, TR7 = 0.886

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V= 33 m / s K1 = 0.94 K3 = 1 K4 = 1

No. H length K2 speed qh Eqh

( m) ( m) VH in m/s N / sq.m N / sq.m

light

fitting 22 1.08 33.50 673.41 793.54

10 22

1.85 1.075 33.36 667.66 786.76

9 20.15

1.85 1.067 33.10 657.18 774.40

8 18.3

3.30 1.057 32.78 644.55 759.52

7 15

2.00 1.040 32.26 624.46 735.85

6 13

3.00 1.015 31.49 594.79 700.89

5 10

2.00 1.000 31.02 577.34 680.33

4 8

3.00 1.000 31.02 577.34 680.33

3 5

2.50 1.000 31.02 577.34 680.33

2 2.5

2.50 1.000 31.02 577.34 680.33

1 0

1) Calculate the Design wind speed = (33 x 0.94 x 1 x 1.08 x 1)

VH = Vb x k1 x k2 x k3 x k4 = 33.50 m/s

k2- Varies with Height

qh = 0.6 x (VH)2 = 673.4 N/m

2

2

Eqh = qh x Magnification factor = 793.54 N/m

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No. load shear Moment load D Moment Moment

KN / m KN KN.m KN mm KN.m KN.m

light 10.67 Mh 5.50 ML M

fitting

10 2.64 0.00 5.50 1294 0.00 0

0.15

9 8.16 5.15 5.89 1090 1.16 6.31

0.17

8 11.15 20.54 6.33 892 2.37 22.91

0.19

7 11.78 58.37 7.25 579 4.50 62.87

0.21

6 12.21 82.36 7.89 426 5.66 88.02

0.23

5 12.89 120.01 8.97 244 7.19 127.21

0.24

4 13.38 146.29 9.95 154 8.04 154.33

0.27

3 14.19 187.65 11.58 59 9.07 196.72

0.29

2 14.92 224.04 13.07 15 9.62 233.65

0.32

1 15.72 262.34 14.67 0 9.82 272.16

Eqh x Cf x D x γwf = 0.151 KN/m

Where, Cf = Force coefficient = 0.73 (As per Wind tunnel test)

γwf = Safety factor of wind = 1.25 (As per clause 2.4, TR7)

D = Mean dia of member = 214.3

Head area x Eqh x Safety factor = 2.64 KN

(Area = 2.66)

3) Calculation of Horizontal moment due to wind and shear force (on Joint 9)

Mh = Total shear x Member Length + Wind Load x Member Length x Member Length / 2

+ Horizontal Moment on the previous section

= 2.64 x 1.85 + 0.15 x 1.85 x 1.85 / 2 + 0 = 5.15 KN.m

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Head Load + Member Weight x Factor of Safety for dead load in ultimate limit state

= 5.5 + 0.39 x 1 = 5.89 kN

ML = Deflection of Joint x Average Direct Load + Previous Moment

= (1294.3 - 1089.87) / 1000 x (5.5 + 5.89) / 2 + 0

= 1.16 kN-m

M = Mh + ML = 6.31 kN-m

No. grade stress modulus restoring M for resistance factor

MPa MPa cm^3 KN.m M* Nm M

Mp M* M*

10 S355J0 355 153.66 54.55 1.00 47.44 0.00

SAFE

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Sample calculation for Joint 9

4 x R2 x t = 201.76

3

cm

Where, R is Mean radius (D-t)/2 = 112.30 mm

t is thickness of mast at the joint = 4.00 mm

D is Diameter of mast at the joint = 229 mm

Mp = Yield stress x Plastic modulus 71.63 KN.m

Constant should not be greater than 1

If D/t ≤ NE/180σy

Constant for M* = 1.00

Constant for M* = 0.9241 x (90σy D / NEt)-0.2858 - 0.1266

Where,

D is the diameter or across flats dimension of section = 229 mm

t is the section thickness = 4.0 mm

N is the number of sides = 20

2

E is Elastic modulus = 205 kN/mm

σy is the characteristic yield strength of Shaft Material = 355 MPa

However, the sample calculation for joint 9 if D/t were greater than NE/180σy is shown below

FOR ILLUSTRATION ONLY

= 0.9241 x – 0.1266

20 x 205 x 10^3

= 1.04

M* = Constant M* x Mp/γm = 62.28 N-m

Where,

Mp is plastic moment of resistance of the section = 71.63 kN-m

γm is the partial safety factor for material = 1.15

(Acceptance factor is the ratio of applied stress to permissible stress. If less than 1, it indicates that

the permissible stress is greater than the applied stress, and hence the mast is safe from buckling

or crumpling under the applied load)

AF = M / M* = 6.31 / 62.28 = 0.1

<1

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No. shear moment load D Moment Moment

KN KN.m KN mm KN.m KN.m

8.53 Mh 5.50 ML M

Calculation steps for serviceablity limit state above (Section 6), are exactly similar to the calculation

steps detailed under Ultimate limit state (Section 4).

The only difference between the two is the partial factors of safety. Here, the partial factors of safety

for dead load and wind load are 1.00

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No. in wind VH qh load shear moment D

m m/s N /sq.m KN / m KN KN.m mm

Mh

22.33 299.30 0.80

10 22 0.80 0 371

22.24 296.74 0.05

9 20.15 2.46 1.55 313

22.06 292.08 0.05

8 18.3 3.36 6.20 256

21.85 286.47 0.06

7 15 3.56 17.61 167

21.51 277.54 0.06

6 13 3.68 24.85 123

20.99 264.35 0.07

5 10 3.89 36.21 71

20.68 256.60 0.07

4 8 4.04 44.14 45

20.68 256.60 0.08

3 5 4.28 56.62 17

20.68 256.60 0.09

2 2.5 4.50 67.60 4

20.68 256.60 0.10

1 0 4.74 79.16 0

SAFE

Here deflection is checked at 2/3 of design wind speed

Deflection at the top most point is found to be less than 1/ 40 of mast height. = 550

Refer TR-07

Sample calculation for Joint 9

VH = 2/3 x Basic wind Speed x k1 x k2 x k3 = 22.24 m/s

k2 Varies with height

2 2

qh = 0.6 x VH = 296.74 N/m

qh x Cf x D = 0.046 KN/m

Where,

Cf = Force coefficient = 0.73 (As per Wind tunnel test)

D = Mean dia of member = 214.3 mm

Head area x Eqh x Safety factor = 3.22 KN

(Head area = 10.75 as per attached luminares)

Shear of section above + wind load x Member Length = 0.88 KN

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Mh = Total shear x Member Length + Wind Load x Member Length x Member Length / 2

+ Horizontal Moment on the previous section

= 0.8 x 1.85 + 0.05 x 1.85 x 1.85/2 + 0 = 0.88 KN.m

The deflection of a member between two joints is dependent upon the deflection of the

underlying member, and on the forces acting on the member under consideration.

Since the calculation steps progressively increase, deflection calculation of joint number 3

is examined for simplicity of the formula

The deflection of the members are computed as the area enclosed by their bending

moment diagrams. The bending moment diagram is broken into triangles and rectangles.

Height of Mast between joints 2 and 3 (H23) = 250 cm

4

Average Moment of Inertia between joint 1 and 2 (I12)= 27049.06 cm

4

Average Moment of Inertia between joint 2 and 3 (I23) = 21428.89 cm

Mh @ joint 2 (Mh2)= 67.60 kN-m = 6759902.3 N-cm

Mh @ joint 3 (Mh3)= 56.62 kN-m = 5661904.5 N-cm

3

(M/I)1 = Mh1 / I12 = 292.639792 N/cm

3

(M/I)2 = Mh2 / I12 = 249.912656 N/cm

3

(M/I)3 = Mh2 / I23 = 315.457488 N/cm

3

(M/I)4 = Mh3 / I23 = 264.218341 N/cm

Calculation of Triangular portion of the bending moment (AT2)

3

(M/I)1 - (M/I)2 = 42.727136 N/cm

Height of Triangle

H12 = 250 cm

2

Therefore area of Triangle (AT1) = 5340.8921 N/cm

Base of Rectangle

3

(M/I)2 = 249.91266 N/cm

Height of Rectangle

H12 = 250 cm

2

Therefore area of Rectangle (AR1) = 62478.164 N/cm

D1 = [AR1 x (H23 + (1/2) x H12) + AT1 x (H23 + (2/3) x H12)] / ε

62478.16 x (250 + (1/2) x 250) + 5340.89 x (250 + (2/3) x 250)

=

205 x 10^5

= 1.251 cm

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Calculation of Triangular portion of the bending moment (AT2)

3

(M/I)3 - (M/I)2 = 65.544832 N/cm

Height of Triangle

H23 = 250 cm

2

Therefore area of Triangle (AT2) = 8193.104 N/cm

Base of Rectangle

3

(M/I)4 = 264.21834 N/cm

Height of Rectangle

H23 = 250 cm

2

Therefore area of Rectangle (AR2) = 66054.585 N/cm

D2 = [AR2 x (1 / 2) x H23 + AT2 x (2 / 3) x H23] / ε

66054.59 x (1/2) x 250 + 8193.1 x (2/3) x 250

=

205 x 10^5

= 0.469 cm

D = D1 + D2 = 17 mm

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Grade = TS-600

(IS 1363 (Part 1) and IS 3757)

2

Min.Tensile Strength (fu) = 600 N/mm

(Clause 5, IS 1367)

2

Yield Stress = 405 N/mm

(Clause 5, IS 1367)

(Clause 2.5, TR7)

(Table 5, IS 800: 2007)

(Table 1, IS 3757)

2

An = π x ((φ- p) / 2)2 = 560.62 mm

2

Characteristic strength in = 600 N/mm

tension (fu)

(An x fu) / (m x mb) = 225.37 kN

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(Bottom Diameter of the mast)

2

Section area = 8482.05 mm

2

M / (Z x wf) 195.4 N/mm

Where,

(Note: Final Moment from section 4, Ultimate Limit State Calculations, above is used here

Elastic section modulus of the last joint in section 1, Calculation of Natural Frequency

of Vibration, above is used here.)

Stud Acceptance factor =

12 x 650 x 225.37 x 1000

Area of mast x stress x D1 x m x mb

= 0.732 SAFE

N x pcd x ultimate bolt load x 103

(Stud acceptance factor is a ratio of the actual load on each bolt to the ultimate load

that a bolt can take. The numerator of the fraction above is the load acting on one bolt.

The denomenator of the fraction is the capacity of each bolt.

If this fraction is less than 1, the bolt will not fail under the applied loads.)

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=

12 x 650 x 1.18 12

Area of mast x stress x D1 W

= 96175 N

N x PCD x maginfication factor N

96.17

(The above calculation is similar to calculation of Maximum and Minimum forces on an isolated footing.

The total force due to wind load on the mast is assumed to cause tension in the bolts. The weight of the

mast and luminares is assumed to counter the uplift caused by tension forces. Hence, the maximum

tension in each bolt is the difference of the stress due to wind, and self weight of the mast and luminares.)

Diameter of bolt = 30 mm

Threaded length = 30 x 5

5xφ = 150 mm

As per clause B-2 IS 456

Permissible bearing stress = 5 Mpa

through bond stress = 52752 N

Since tensile force resisted through bond stress is less than maximum tension in each bolt,

Anchor Pl (Max. Tension in one bolt < Tensile force resisted by bolt through bond stress)

Anchor plate is to be designed for the remaining tensile force.

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anchor plate = 43422.83 N

(As per TR7, outer diameter should be at least PCD + 2.5 x bolt diameter)

(Chosen such that the distance from PCD to outer diameter and inner diameter of the anchor plate is the

same. That is, Outer Diameter - PCD = PCD - Inner Diameter)

P.C.D = 650 mm

(PCD - Inner Diameter) /2 = 40 mm

Diameter of bolt + 2 = 32 mm

1.25 x bolt hole = 40 mm

(Outer Diameter - Inner Diameter) / 2 = 80 mm

π x PCD / N = 170.17 mm

2

Tension in plate / (b x l) = 3.19 N/mm

(This should be less than the permissible bearing stress of the concrete. That is, 3.19 < 5)

Hence it is safe.

(b - bolt hole dia) / 2 = 24.00 mm

Bearing Pressure x Cantilever span = 918.63 kN-mm

0.92 kN-m

Thickness required = 4.8 mm

8.0 mm PROVIDED

Provide 8 mm thick anchor plate

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(IS 2062)

(Table 1, IS 800: 2007)

unit length of base plate π x 650

(4 M / PCD + W) / (xPCD) = 827.77 N / mm

(Refer table no. 4 ULTIMATE LIMIT STATE CALCULATION)

(Same as anchor plate.)

2

Compressive force / (Db - Mast diameter) = 4.36 N/mm

(Db - Mast Diameter) /2 = 95.00 mm

w x Cantilever Span x Lever Arm = 19659.61 N-mm /m

2

in the plate (bs) = 180 N/mm

(Same as Yeild Stress)

Cantilever span x (3 x Max.bearing pressure (w) / Permisssible bending stress in the plate (s bs) ^ 0.5

Thickness provided = 25.00 mm

But the base plate is stiffned with gusset plates. So section modulus due to gusset plates

also have to be considered along with the base pate.

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No.of stiffeners = 12

Thickness of stiffener = 6

300

N A

32.14 = y

25

170.2

Calculation of ZXX

y= = 32.14 mm

I xx = 23123188 mm^4

180.00

= 18585.386 mm^3

SAFE

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(IS 2062)

(Table 1, IS 800: 2007)

unit length of base plate π x 650

(4 T / PCD + W) / (xPCD) = 297.17 N / mm

(Same as anchor plate.)

2

Tensile force / (Db - Mast diameter) = 1.56 N/mm

(Db - Mast Diameter) /2 = 95.00 mm

w x Cantilever Span x Lever Arm = 7057.70 N-mm /m

2

in the plate (bs) = 180 N/mm

(Same as Yeild Stress)

Cantilever span x (3 x Max.bearing pressure (w) / Permisssible bending stress in the plate (s bs) ^ 0.5

Since the value of tension is much smaller than value of compression therefore base plate thickness

is provided by considering maximum compressive force.

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As per IS 1893-(Part IV) - 2005

= 14.4 Kn

for Structures in category -I

(R) for steel chimney

A= Pi*Dm*t

(re) = I /A

k = H/ re = 116.29

CT = 209.32

Cv = 1.5

Wt *h * CT

Es*A*g

15.3 x 22

x 209.32

205 x 9503.3 x 9.81

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Spectral Accelaration coefficient (Sa/g) = 1.67/T for 0.67< T < 4.0

= 1.84

Horizontal seismic = Z I Sa

coefficient h 2Rg

coefficient Ah 2x5

= 0.0664 < Z/2

= 0.0664

Design Base shear

Design shear force V at = Cv *Ah *Wt *Dv

distance x' from top

= 146.0 Kg

Where,

x' = 30000 mm

x'/h' = 1

Dv - Distribution Factor for = 1

shear as per (Table-6)

M = Ah*Wt*hC.G*Dm

= 1460.2 Kg.m

Where,

Dv - Distribution Factor for = 1

Moment as per (Table-6)

Times Greater

than Seismic Forces

Shear force = 1602 kg 10.97

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2.880 KN

Level

22 0.925 2.664 5.5

Elevation

Fittings

2.4

Area 0.12 m2

Weight 11.6 Kgs

2.4

Plan

8.88 550

Fittings 0 Width 2.4

Height 3.7

550 Kgs 8.88 1.2 10.66

Nos 1

Shilding 1

0.08 1.2 0.10

Total 10.75

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